Arab Film Night: At The Library x LAAF

Sunday 14 July, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Plaza Community Cinema
£5 / free for audiences with L20, L21, L22 postcodes
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Liverpool Arab Arts Festival and At The Library present a special summer evening of Arab film at the Plaza Community Cinema in Waterloo.

Chosen films, selected in collaboration with actress, writer, presenter and founder of The Arab Film Club, Sarah Agha, and women from “The Colour of Pomegranates’ group, will be announced in June. Watch this space!

Children’s activities will be available at Crosby Library, opposite to the cinema, during the screenings for those who need child care.

In partnership with At The Library and The Plaza.

At The Library is a programme of artist-led workshops, projects, commissions and happenings in Sefton’s libraries. We believe that everyone has “gifts of the heart, the head and the hand” to offer to their community. Through artist-led activity, we create ways for people to share these gifts. This project is a partnership between Sefton Libraries and Rule of Threes Arts.

The Colour of Pomegranates is a welcoming space for sanctuary seeking women to connect with local women through conversation and creative activities. The aim of the group is to develop friendships, create connections, and help foster support and solidarity between women in Sefton.

The Arab Film Club is a community-led platform founded by Sarah Agha to showcase exceptional cinema from the Arab world. 


The Plaza Community Cinema, 13 Crosby Road North, Waterloo, Liverpool, L22 0LD

Further event information: 

Ages to be confirmed with film announcement.

Public transport links:


Depending on whereabouts in the city you are coming from, you’ll need a bus that is travelling towards Waterloo or Crosby. The 54, 47, 63 and X2 will drop you right outside, or you can get the 53 to South Road and it’s just a short walk around the corner.


The easiest station is Waterloo (Merseyside). This is the Hunts Cross/Southport train on the Merseyrail Northern Line. The train is 25-minutes from Liverpool Central (including a short walk from the station)





Image: Courtesy of At The Library.

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